CyberDrive USA has released one of the fastest budget CD-R/RW drives ever: an internal 52X CD-R/RW drive priced at under US$100.
A federal judge ordered the Madster file trading software service, formerly known as Aimster, to shut down, saying that the service continues to violate copyright law despite a preliminary injunction.
Hollywood says that it's illegal to burn a backup copy of your Austin Powers Goldmember DVD, and it builds in copy protection to stop you. But a small firm denies any kinship to Dr. Evil just because it markets software that lets anyone with a burnab...
In a year that saw a number of high profile virus and e-mail worm outbreaks, the Klez worm topped the charts and was the most frequently occurring virus in 2002, according to statistics released Wednesday by antivirus company Sophos PLC.
RealNetworks is teaming with Starz Encore Group LLC to launch a broadband-based online movie subscription service that will allow users to download movies and watch them on their computers or TVs.
Most online holiday shoppers are going straight to the four main search engines for assistance in ferreting out the perfect present for friends and family, according a study by WebSideStory Inc.
As European leaders move to ban Internet hate speech and seek support from the United States, civil liberties groups charge that the proposal would violate free-speech rights.
Massachusetts and West Virginia face a daunting but not impossible task in appealing the Microsoft antitrust decision, a move that keeps alive for at least a year the threat of additional remedies against the software maker, according to legal expert...
Canon has expanded its digital camera line with their new PowerShot S45, the successor to the PowerShot S40.
Most consumers believe creating back-up copies of digital media is a right, suggests research announced yesterday by GartnerG2.
Broadband gamers can expect big changes in how they use their consoles, with the imminent arrival of high-speed network gaming. Microsoft’s Xbox Live will soon go head to head with Sony’s PlayStation2 online gaming service, triggering the latest esca...
Xerox is set to announce a new material today, which will allow the creation of printed plastic transistors, enabling manufacturers to make inexpensive, lightweight, flexible displays for mobile phones, notebooks and televisions, according to a repor...
A federal judge in a Baltimore courtroom Tuesday peppered lawyers from both Microsoft and Sun Microsystems with probing questions as the two sides presented opening arguments in a pretrial hearing in Sun's private antitrust case against the software ...
Developers of the open-source Web browser Mozilla released a new version of the software this week after pulling an earlier version that contained a bug preventing some Web site content from being displayed.
A flaw in a commonly used Australian e-commerce software package may allow shoppers to give themselves discounts on the products they purchase, according to an alert posted by Trust Factory BV, a security company based in the Netherlands.
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